F, b. June 1897, d. 3 December 1897
Maria Eliza Weber
F, b. 1867
Maria Theresa Weber
F, b. 1895, d. 1941
Mary Florence Weber
F, b. 1902
Minnie Ernstine Weber
F, b. 1884
Ottliie Elizabeth Weber
F, b. 1891
Paul August Weber
M, b. circa 1880, d. 1971
- Paul August Weber was born circa 1880.
- He was the son of Lugwig George Weber and Louisa Maria Charlotte Backhaus.
- Paul August Weber appeared on the Electoral Roll with an unknown person and Louisa Maria Charlotte Backhaus in 1908 in Gowrie Little Plain. Louisa and her daughter Louisa gave their address as Gowrie Little Plain as did her son Paul who was a farmer.
- Paul August Weber died in 1971 in Queensland.
Ruby Gladys Weber
F, b. 1908
Wilhelm Friedrich (William) Weber
M, b. 27 January 1865, d. 19 January 1940
- Wilhelm Friedrich (William) Weber was born on 27 January 1865 in Douglas, Queensland.
- He was the son of Ludwig Weber and Maria Elizabeth Boser/Blayer.
- At the age of 27 years, 11 months and 2 days, Wilhelm Friedrich (William) Weber married Maria Magdeline Ottile Lau, daughter of Clause Jacob Lau and Julie Haje, on 29 December 1892 in Queensland.
- Wilhelm Friedrich (William) Weber and Maria Magdeline Ottile Lau appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1908 living at Silverleigh. Frederick was a farmer and his wife Mary Lena carried out home duties.
- Wilhelm Friedrich (William) Weber died on 19 January 1940 in Queensland at age 74.
- He was buried in Oakey Cemetery.
- The following article appeared in the The Telegraph on 22 January 1940. " A link with the early days of the Darling Downs has been severed by the death of Mr. Frederick William Weber, of Nara, near Goombungee. Born at Douglas, which then formed part of the vast station owned by the late Colonel King, on January 27, 1865, the late Mr Weber lived all his life in the district. He saw it develop from a state of scrub into a prosperous agricultural district On December 29, 1892, he married Magdalena, daughter of the late Mr.and Mrs. Clause Lau, also of Douglas, and she survives him. Their first home was near Goombungee. Later they lived at Gowrie and Silverleigh, and finally at Nara. Their home is noted for its hospitality, and "Boxing Night at Weber's Barn" has always been one of the local functions of the festive season. A keen business man and a capable farmer with great energy, the late Mr. Weber did well on the Downs, and his name is well known in farming pursuits. About three years ago he met with a serious accident when he fell from a windmill and suffered a fractured leg and internal injuries. These in juries probably led to the illness which caused his death. He is survived by a sister, Mrs. Goebel, of Toowoomba, his widow, one son, Henry, of Brymaroo, four daughters. Mrs. Woods (Kelvinaugh), Mrs. Blades and Mrs. Koch (Perrinuan) and Mrs. Sharp (Nara), and 11 grandchildren. The funeral moved to the Oakey Cemetery, Rev. E. H. Denning officiating."
Wilhelm Max (William Maxwell) Weber
M, b. 1892, d. 1968
F, b. 1824, d. June 1881
- Ann Webster was born in 1824 in Cornwall, England.
- She was baptized on 25 April 1825 in Cornwall. She was the base child of Ann Webster.
- Her marriage, at 23 years, to James Holwell was registered in the March 1847 Quarter in Tavistock, Devon Registration District.
- Ann Webster and James Holwell appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 in Breconshire, Wales. James 38, lived with his wife Ann and daugher Harriet, and son.
- Ann Webster and James Holwell appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 in Cornwall. James, 46 was shown as a copper miner born Lamerton, living with his wife Ann 38 born Crowan, Cornwall and children Harriett Shaw, 23, married, daugher, an ore dresser born South Sydham, Devon; William E 16, born South Sydham and his niece Mary Ann Richards, 4 born Breage, Cornwall.
- Ann Webster and James Holwell appeared on the census of 1871 in East Halifax. James was shown as a 62 year old miner born Engand living with his wife Ann aged 40, also born England. Both were Church of England and Ann was able to read and write. James' son William lived two doors down.
- Ann Webster and James Holwell appeared on the census of 4 April 1881 in Nova Scotia. James, 68, was a farmer born England living with his wife Ann, 59, and his son William E, aged 33 a miner born England, and William's wife Mary Ann aged 28 born Nova Scotia, and their children Frederick W, aged 10, Winnifred aged 8, David N aged 5, Laura Jane aged 4 and Edward L aged 1. All the chidren were born in Nova Scotia.
- Ann Webster died in June 1881. This date may be incorrect. According to family hearsay, the family did leave Canada, Ann dying a few weeks before they left.
- She was buried in Fall River, Nova Scotia, Canada.
David Robert Webster
M, b. 18 December 1912, d. 2004
- David Robert Webster was born on 18 December 1912.
- David Robert Webster died in 2004 in New Zealand.
Ellen Anderson Webster
F, b. circa 1880
- Ellen Anderson Webster was born circa 1880.
- Ellen Anderson Webster married Douglas Wagner Robb circa 1905.
William Francis Webster
M, b. circa 1885
F, b. 1882, d. 1882
Agnes Elizabeth (Elizabeth) Wecker
F, b. 1867, d. 3 June 1945
- Agnes Elizabeth (Elizabeth) Wecker was born in 1867 in Highfields.
- She was the daughter of George Wecker and Elizabeth Mengel.
- At the age of 20 years, Agnes Elizabeth (Elizabeth) Wecker married John Lange on 10 August 1887 in Queensland.
- Agnes Elizabeth (Elizabeth) Wecker died on 3 June 1945 in Queensland.
- She was buried on 4 June 1945 in Drayton and Toowoomba Cemetery. CEOLD1-018-0034.
Alvin Rodney Wecker
M, b. 17 November 1919, d. 5 April 1943
- Alvin Rodney Wecker was born on 17 November 1919 in Queensland.
- He was the son of Frederick Charles Wecker Senior and Anna Dorothea Spies.
- Alvin Rodney Wecker enlisted in the Australian Air Force on 8 November 1940 in Brisbane His service number was 404676 and he gave his next of kin as his mother A Wecker.
- Alvin Rodney Wecker died on 5 April 1943 in Algeria at age 23. At the time of his death he was a Flying Officer in the 608th Squadron.
- He was buried in Algeria.
Ann Agnes Wecker
F, b. 1870, d. 1870
Ann Harriet Wecker
F, b. 6 August 1889, d. 1981
Anna Katherina Wilhelmina Wecker
F, b. 11 November 1879, d. 16 January 1965
- Anna Katherina Wilhelmina Wecker was born on 11 November 1879 in Queensland.
- She was the daughter of George Wecker and Elizabeth Mengel.
- At the age of 16 years, 8 months and 24 days, Anna Katherina Wilhelmina Wecker married Johann Frederick Spies, son of Karsten Jurgen Adolf Spies and Anna Margaretha Behrens, on 4 August 1896 in Queensland.
- Anna Katherina Wilhelmina Wecker and Johann Frederick Spies appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Meringandan. John Frederick was a farmer and Anna carried out domestic duties.
- Anna Katherina Wilhelmina Wecker and Johann Frederick Spies appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Meringandan. Johann was a farmer and Anna carried out home duties.
- Anna Katherina Wilhelmina Wecker and Johann Frederick Spies appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1937 living at Meringandan. Johann was a farmer.
- Anna Katherina Wilhelmina Wecker died on 16 January 1965 at age 85.
- She was buried on 18 January 1965 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.
Audrey Estelle Wecker
F, b. 24 July 1913, d. 1990
Beatrice Anna Wecker
F, b. 1909
Catherina Emiline Wecker
F, b. 15 January 1891, d. 1951
- Catherina Emiline Wecker was born on 15 January 1891 in Queensland. She was a twin to Magdeline Rosine.
- She was the daughter of Michael Johann Wecker and Emma Amelia Kohler.
- At the age of 36 years, Catherina Emiline Wecker married Andrew Strain in 1928 in Queensland.
- Catherina Emiline Wecker died in 1951 in Queensland.
F, b. 1866
Charles Herbert Wecker
M, b. 1902, d. 1 September 1970
- Charles Herbert Wecker was born in 1902 in Queensland.
- He was the son of Johann Carl (Charles) Wecker and Maria Peters.
- Charles Herbert Wecker appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1926 living at Meringandan. Charles was a farmer. His father Charles snr was a blacksmith in Meringandan.
- He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1937 living at Meringandan. He was a contractor.
- Charles Herbert Wecker died on 1 September 1970.
Christian David Conrad Wecker
M, b. 1883, d. 1950
- Christian David Conrad Wecker was born in 1883 in Queensland.
- He was the son of George Wecker and Elizabeth Mengel.
- At the age of 35 years, Christian David Conrad Wecker married Margaret Ballingall in 1918 in Queensland.
- In 1941,his wife, Margaret Ballingall died in Queensland.
- Christian David Conrad Wecker died in 1950 in Queensland.
F, b. 1906
Clara Maria Magdalina Wecker
F, b. 1886, d. 22 March 1892
Edward Julius Wecker
M, b. 22 December 1881, d. 16 September 1936
- Edward Julius Wecker was born on 22 December 1881 in Queensland.
- He was the son of Michael Johann Wecker and Emma Amelia Kohler.
- Edward Julius Wecker appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Djuan. Edward was a labourer, most likely living with his parents Michael, a farmer and Emma. His brother Michael was also a farmer at Djuan.
- At the age of 24 years, Edward Julius Wecker married Martha Margaretha Gulk, daughter of Hans Gulk and Wilhelimine Santowski, in 1906 in Queensland. Edward and Martha moved to Maryborough around 1907, where their sons Wesley and Leslie were born and then to the Wondai/Tingoora district sometime between 1909 and 1923. His brother Michael and his wife also moved there.
- On 26 January 1923,his wife, Martha Margaretha Gulk died in Queensland.
- At the age of 47 years, Edward Julius Wecker married Maud Ethel May Jacobsen in 1929 in Queensland.
- Edward Julius Wecker died sometime after he left his home in Kingaroy on 16 September 1936.
- On 19 September 1936 the following article appeared in The Courier Mail
Edward Julius Wecker, of Alford Street, Kingaroy, and owner of farming properties at Chapinga and Durong, left his home on Wednesday morning, supposedly, for his Durong property. Nothing has since been heard of him. Yesterday the police organised a search party. They were advised that a man answering to Wecker's description was seen walking along the Kumbia Road towards the showgrounds on Wednesday. This is in the opposite direction to the Durong route. Wecker. who is aged 52, is of dark complexion and heavily built, and walks with a limp.
and then on 22 December 1949
BONES OF MAN
FOUND IN BUSH
— A month after the Supreme Court had granted leave to presume a man's death, two men found what is believed to be his skeleton. The man, Edward Julius Wecker, disappeared from his home in the Kingaroy district on September 16, 1936. Last month the Supreme Court gave leave to Wecker's son, as proposed administrator of his £9500 estate, to swear his father's death. Ron Lock, of Kingaroy, found the skeleton at Mt. Wooroolin, two miles from Kingaroy, on Sunday. He and a friend were searching for ferns. The skeleton included a lower jaw hone, but was minus a skull. The bones were scattered over a distance of about 30 yards. Fit description Police who examined the bones said they tallied with Wecker's description. In September 1945 a skull, minus the bottom jaw, was found three quarters of a mile from where the skeleton was found on Sunday. Evidence at an inquest which the District Coroner (Mr. S. E. Mosson) held on the skull pointed to it being Wecker's.
Edwin George Wecker
M, b. 1902, d. 1958